I can’t believe I haven’t shared any pictures of my Halloween decor. It is probably because I didn’t make anything new this year but I did decorate a bit different from last year.
For some reason I love my painted softball that I tucked into a broken lamp.
Last year I made a bone and attempted a skull with some paper pulp and glue.
I filled an old enamelware pan with some Spanish moss and skulls. It looks like skulls crawling out of a graveyard.
I wasn’t sure on the location of the Trick or Treat vinyl so I just stuck the whole sheet up on the wall. I bought it last year on clearance after Halloween. Maybe next year I’ll have the perfect spot for it but for now I’m happy with it as it is.
I still love this Halloween art I made from rub-ons and some ribbon.
The mini enamelware dish was a 10 cent garage sale find and it is the perfect size for some of my scrabble tiles.
The pumpkin and coffins were freebies I bought out again.
I love the cover of this book. I can’t say I remember reading it when I was younger but I do remember pouring through the Scholastic order forms from elementary school and hoping I could order a book or two.
This friendly witch sits on a scale by my front door. Now that I think of it the front door has been sticking lately so maybe she is not so friendly.
Thanks for taking a look at some of my fall and Halloween decor items.
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I love the white frame with words....might have to do something like that some day. I didn't put out ANY....not one...Halloween decoration this year. Maybe next year.... lol ... oh ya! Next year the haunted house!!! :-)ReplyDelete
Saw you on TT&J. I love the painted softball. I also like that you can change the message on your scrabble holder for different seasons. I've never seen that vintage book before. I'll have to go look it up because I love collecting children's books.ReplyDelete
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What cute and fun Halloween ideas!ReplyDelete